Alright so after seeing many single bar anti wrap setups, I'm wanting to build my own starting today. Is there any particular reason that it needs to be extremely long? I'm thinking 4' or so will be long enough, enough to get it towards where the front portion of the driveshaft is so the crossmember can double as a driveshaft loop. I'm thinking some thick PIPE is going to be what I'll use. We all know that structrally it will hold up, and that it shouldn't be trusted for something like a roll cage, but for this application, it's CHEAP, strong, and seems to fit the bill just nicely (although it's heavier than tube). So, any tips/pictures of setups you've seen, and ideas of what NOT to do? I'm considering putting a rod end at at least one end even though it's going to have a shackle on the front of it, IF I can find one in the farm section that will work out nicely. I just got my hobart 135 and I'm aching to make something cheap/homebrew that works!!!